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You'll Never Use a Public Restroom Hand Dryer Again After Seeing What Grew in This Petri Dish

Washing your hands a million times a day seems like one of the only things we can do to prevent ourselves from getting sick. You use mountains of soap, sing the ABCs, wash every millimeter of your hands including your wrists, finish up with the hand dryer, and walk away, feeling like you smacked germs in the face. But it seems our hands aren't as clean as we thought. They may even be covered in the very germs and bacteria that cause the stomach bug or flu.
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